Town man to run coaching clinics
IPSWICH Town technical skills coach Steve Foley is making himself available to football coaches of all levels.He plans to run coaching sessions either at Portman Road or at the Blues training ground in Rushmere - with money raised from the project going to charity.
By Elvin King
IPSWICH Town technical skills coach Steve Foley is making himself available to football coaches of all levels.
He plans to run coaching sessions either at Portman Road or at the Blues training ground in Rushmere - with money raised from the project going to charity.
“It doesn't matter if coaches are FA registered or what level of the game they are involved in,” said Foley.
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“We can talk football and tactics and have a clinic on the field.
“Hopefully I will be able to pass on my knowledge of the game to the betterment of adult and youth sides in the area.”
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A former Colchester United and Watford player, Foley has built up a good reputation as a coach with firstly Colchester and then Norwich City and Ipswich Town.
He estimates the cost would be around £15 a session and that the first would be held in August.
“Hopefully we can make it a regular event,” he said.
For further information contact Graham Howlett, a fellow Ipswich Town coach who will assist Foley in the venture, on 07788 420653.